Produced at the National Library pf Medicine, the HSRIC is a research portal of health services & research resources providing numerous Internet links to data, funding announcements, reports, podcasts, discussion groups, and more.
WONDER provides a single point of access to a wide variety of public health reports and data systems, both local and external. [from the website] The Wonder acronym stands for Wide-ranging Online Data for Epidemiologic Research.
Includes the National Diabetes Fact Sheet and the National Diabetes Surveillance System and provides resources documenting the public health burden of diabetes and its complications in the United States.
A tutorial to finding health statistics produced by the NICHSR at the National Library of Medicine responsible for the "collection, storage, analysis, retrieval, and dissemination of information on health services research, clinical practice guidelines, and on health care technology, including the assessment of such technology." [from the website]
Previously, American FactFinder, Data.Census.Gov is the U.S. Census Bureau's end user search engine designed to search the Bureau's many statistical resources. It delivers a wide variety of population, economic, geographic and housing data.
This section follows the evolution of the decennial census by detailing the events surrounding each of them. Political and technological changes, and the shifting public demand for information, have all shaped the modern census and the mission of the Census Bureau.
The University of Virginia Library and the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research offer searchable data from the 1790-1960 Decennial Censuses. Further description can be found at http://mapserver.lib.virginia.edu/php/reference.html
Social, economic, and population and business/economic data for state counties and major metropolitan areas. ADAMS library has all 7 editions (1979 - ) in print format. The most recent is in Reference REF HA202 .S84
The Project On Government Oversight (POGO) has relaunched Fedspending.org as a tool for tracking federal spending and holding agencies accountable for their management of public funds. POGO took over the site in 2016 from the Center for Effective Government (formerly OMB Watch), which ceased operations.